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The Hungarian government introduced a number of anti-Semitic laws that restricted Jewish 'presence' between 1920 and 1944, first in universities, then in professional spheres and finally, in public places. By 1941 hardly any Jewish-born theatre workers were employed by the Budapest theatres. Simultaneously, the authorities gave permission for a Jewish theatrical initiative to launch, within the confines of the cultural organisation of the Pest Israelite congregation (OMIKE). The initiative,doi:10.14324/111.2057-2212.067 fatcat:3bjlcckjsra4fdsrmqmkwzgqve